Exams


Format

 

The two midterm exams and final exam will be composed of a take-home section given out in advance, and an "in class" section designed to be completed in approximately 1 hour. On-line students will take the "in-class" part of the exams at the DELTA Testing Center. The exams will be comprised of a mixture of fill-in-the-blank, short answer, and essay questions. Each exam will be worth 100 points.


Content

 

All material from the Monday and Wednesday lectures will be covered in the exams. Exams will focus on new material, but students should also expect questions that require cumulative understanding and knowledge required to deal with this new material. The Final Exam will not be comprehensive.

The first question of each test will be:

What are the 3 primary evolutionary branches of life? (5 points)

The answer to this question is (and these must be spelled correctly) :

Bacteria, Archaea, and Eukarya


Taking exams

 

Go to the Schedule page to find exam dates.

Students must not miss any of the exams. Make-up exams will be given only in very unusual situations and if permission is obtained before the regular exam is given. Make-up exams may not be in the same format as the regular exams.

Testing for DE students has been arrange with the DELTA Tesing center. Midterm exams can be taken at any time (make an appointment, or rely of the walkin system) on the Monday or Tuesday of the scheduled exam. The Wednesday will also be open for taking the exam, but you will still be responsible to cover the lecture material also schedueld for that day. The Final exam window will be the entore first week of Final exams.


Old Exams

 

Midterm #1

Midterm #2

Final Exam

 

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